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The Gangster Show

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The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui by BERTOLT BRECHT adapted by GEORGE TABOR with Nicol Williamson Sam Wanamaker
Film editor ROGER WAUGH
Film cameraman BRIAN TUFANO Music CARL DAVIS
Designer DEREK DODD
Producer TONY GARNETT DirectorJACK GOLD
(Nicol, courting danger: pages 8-9)

Contributors

Adapted By: George Tabor
Unknown: Nicol Williamson
Unknown: Sam Wanamaker
Editor: Roger Waugh
Unknown: Brian Tufano
Music: Carl Davis
Designer: Derek Dodd
Producer: Tony Garnett
Director: Jack Gold
Sheet: Larry Cross
Clark: Phil Brown
Butcher: Robert O'Neil
Bowl: James Berwick
Arturo Ui: Nicol Williamson
Dogsborough: Peter Frye
Young Dogsborough: Harry Tierney
Ernesto Roma: Weston Gavin
Ragg: Bob Sherman
Dockdaisy: Marcella Markham
Manuele Giri: Hal Galili
Servant: Roy Stephens
O'Casey: Sam Wanamaker
Givola: Al Mancini
James Greenwood: Mark Murphy
Young Inna: Mark Russel
Dilapidated actor: Frank Middlemass
Grocers: Hal Jeayes
Grocers: Gordon Sterne
Grocer Goldman: Elhott Sullivan
Judge: Cal McCord
Fish: David Sadgrove
Doctor: Paul Tamarin
Prosecutor: George Margo
Mrs Dullfeet: Jill Townsend
Ignatius Dullfeet: Bruce Boa

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